Thomas, Griffen Lead Black Horses Into Class B Semis

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Senior running back Josh Thomas and junior quarterback Will Griffen are the dynam...

Vietnam Veterans Visit School

SSHS Students Learn From Firsthand Oral Histories By Arthur Gonick  Saratoga TODAY   SARATOGA SP...

10,000 + Visits!

Community Health Center Meets Medical Needs By Megan Harrington  For Saratoga TODAY   SARATOGA S...

1,860 Boats Headed To Fish Creek This Weekend

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Plaques with real fish heads will once again be given out as trophies, during the...

Blue Streaks Aim for First Sectional Title Since 1989

SARATOGA SPRINGS — A year after advancing to the Section II finals for the first time since 1989, th...

Ebola: Are We Prepared?

SARATOGA — As the United States deals with its first cases of the deadly Ebola virus, New York State...

SSHS Students Learn From Firsthand Oral Histories By Arthur Gonick Saratoga TODAY SARATOGA SPRINGS – As part of a nationwide effort to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the ceasing of hostilities in Vietnam, the city of Saratoga Springs became one of the first to enroll as a commemorative partner in this effort. The roster of partners is now 100 in New York State and over 6,000 in the United States. There will be many activities scheduled by the appointed committee…
Community Health Center Meets Medical Needs By Megan Harrington For Saratoga TODAY SARATOGA SPRINGS – While many lower-income residents may have health care that covers catastrophic illnesses and events, that insurance often doesn’t extend to routine medical services and dental work. Saratoga Hospital’s Community Health Center (CHC) is offering a remedy with a one-stop shop for individuals who need non-urgent medical and dental care and have limited or no insurance. CHC’s Medical Director Dr. Renee Rodriguez-Goodemote says, “We’re one of…
SARATOGA SPRINGS — Plaques with real fish heads will once again be given out as trophies, during the 28th annual Head of the Fish regatta, which gets underway this weekend. This year’s event has about 1,860 boat entries—down from last year’s 2,095 entries. But the decrease in boats was part of a concentrated effort by the Saratoga Rowing Association, which will actually be hosting more rowing teams this year with hopes of an even higher quality experience. “It’s actually a…
SARATOGA — As the United States deals with its first cases of the deadly Ebola virus, New York State government and local hospitals are taking steps to prepare for potential infected persons. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), Ebola, formerly called Ebola hemorrhagic fever, is a rare and serious infection caused by the Ebola virus. The virus was first discovered nearly 40 years ago in the Democratic Republic of the Congo near the Ebola River. Outbreaks usually begin…
SCHUYLERVILLE — The community of Schuylerville is coming together to help neighbors recover from two events that have affected the Schuylerville Central School District family. The Schuylerville junior varsity and varsity football teams will be trading in the pigskin for golf balls on Saturday, Oct. 18 to help support the Bateman family. Jack Bateman, father of team member Skyler Bateman, is recovering from a serious motorcycle accident that happened in August. Jack Bateman is making progress at Sunnyview Rehabilitation Center…
Purchasing eyeglasses online may offer convenience to consumers, but according to the American Optometric Association (AOA), the consequences of making an incorrect or uninformed purchase could cost patients more time and money in the long run. Eyeglasses are an investment in your health and must be custom-fitted not only to be comfortable, but also to meet particular prescriptive needs, which only an eye doctor and optician can determine. “Without visiting an eye doctor, patients run the risk of purchasing eyeglasses…
18-Month-Old Preston Stewart Carries The Torch For Bravery At Saturday’s North Country Heart Walk By Arthur Gonick Saratoga TODAY SARATOGA SPRINGS – In many important ways, Preston Stewart is a “typical toddler” according to his mom, Theresa. He likes to play with trucks, go down slides, make noise at restaurants, play with his adoring sister and he runs, runs everywhere. But in the most important way, 18-month-old Preston is anything but typical. He is a hero. A little boy who…
Tumi Oguntala to Appear on Popular TLC Show Friday Night SARATOGA SPRINGS – Viewers fell in love with Clifton Park native, Tumi Oguntala, during her time on season 15 of The Biggest Loser on NBC. Now, Oguntala will enter our living rooms once again as she searches for the perfect wedding dress on TLC’s hit show, Say Yes to the Dress, tonight Oct. 10 at 9/8c. Oguntala made Biggest Loser history with her 54.86 percent weight loss, or 175 pounds…
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Police Blotter

  • Robert L. Martin, 26, of Greenfield, was arrested Oct. 22 and charged with attempted burglary and harassment. Glen McNeil, 38,…
  • Richard M. Settles, 56, of Saratoga Springs, was arrested Oct. 19 and charged with criminal trespassing. Christopher M. Decker, 32,…
  • Massimo DeFilippo, 29, of Schenectady, was arrested Oct. 6 and charged with harassment. Christopher T. Hutchins, 22, of Porter Corners,…
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